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Explanations for New Immigrants’ Concern about Time Period of Receiving Taiwan Residency

Explanations for New Immigrants’ Concern about Time Period of Receiving Taiwan Residency

2017/6/23

Current foreign spouses who have been legally stayed in Taiwan for three years and receive Taiwanese......

Kaohsiung City ”Epidemic Prevention without Borders – A Peaceful Plan for New Immigrants Visiting Home”

Kaohsiung City ”Epidemic Prevention without Borders – A Peaceful Plan for New Immigrants Visiting Home”

2017/6/22

New immigrants who notify Kaohsiung City Public Health Center of their plan of visiting homes five d......

A good approach of job-seeking and start-up business

A good approach of job-seeking and start-up business

2017/6/13

         Upon arrival of plentiful new immigrants in Taiwan, they wish to share household resp......

Guidance for Immigrants

Guidance for Immigrants

Assistance in Adapting to living in Taiwan

The government is offering a wide variety of guidance programs to help immigrants adapt to living in Taiwan. These programs cover topics such as life, local customs, employment, education, basic rights, etc.
Immigrants may also seek help from local family service centers (and their websites). These centers make community-wide efforts by providing services regarding care, legal consultation, advice on parenthood, and employment. The goal is to show real support for families with immigrant members.

Education and LearningDiversified Programs and Lifelong Learning

Local governments are offering a wide variety of courses at local continuation elementary or high schools, immigrant centers for learning, community colleges and other institutions. These diversified educational resources, along with our guidance on learning, show the government’s care for immigrants and their children, laying a firm foundation for learning native languages.

Training and Employment

Training and Employment

Vocational Training and Protection of Work Rights

Immigrants who are granted residency, permanent residency or naturalization (registered permanent residency) may work in Taiwan without a work permit or ID card. The government provides job-seeking immigrants with vocational training programs, employment services and skill tests in hopes of enhancing their competence and helping them quickly find a job.

Health and WelfareHealth is the key to everything in our life.

The National Health Insurance program aims to ensure a healthy life by relieving the insured of financial stress caused by illness.
We offer prenatal checkups to vaccinations for newborns as part of our medical and welfare efforts. This way, immigrants in Taiwan can enjoy a quality life.